Las Cruces, New Mexico (in the southern part of the state) offers plenty of activities and entertainment year-round.
A great place to camp while visiting the area is Hacienda RV Resort. … [Read More...]
When I tell people my wife and I are heading out on an extended RV trip, they will invariably ask, “Where are you going," expecting me to answer with a destination like Yellowstone, Las Vegas, or … [Read More...]
There are many reasons why you might want to have plants in your RV. Plants not only provide a natural aesthetic to your mobile dwelling, but research shows that they're also good for your mental and … [Read More...]
On a recent forum thread, iRV2 member Jyrocharlie asked: "Which is the most RV unfriendly state?" Tons of RVers chimed in, considering factors like gas prices, road laws, and whether or not state … [Read More...]
Arkansas’ DeGray Lake Resort State Park offers plenty of activities year-round. Featuring 113 campsites and an 18-hole championship golf course, DeGray Lake Resort State Park is set on 938 acres in … [Read More...]
Nothing could replace the smell and sound of a real campfire, but a portable propane fire is a useful alternative at campgrounds where burn bans are in effect.
Camco—a popular RV products … [Read More...]
For those traveling the Montana backroads between Billings and Great Falls, you may find yourself stopping to refuel and have a break at Harlowton Rest Area.
Located at the junction of Highway 12 … [Read More...]
If you have been following this blog over the past 10 years you know I am drawn to unique, little known or forgotten places across the west. When that unique item happens to be “a one of a kind” … [Read More...]
The recently-published Bogey Golfer Handbook doesn’t try to complicate the game, but rather attempts to help simplify and improve your game.
According to the USGA, a male "bogey golfer" is a player … [Read More...]
Tucked into the southwest corner of Arizona, Yuma is one of those towns you just can’t get enough of, no matter what time of year. The Colorado River runs along the north and west side of town, … [Read More...]
West of Seattle, the Kitsap Peninsula is an oasis for people who love the outdoors. Thanks to its remote location across Puget Sound, this region is less visited than other areas just outside of the … [Read More...]
Offering roughly 600 golf courses throughout the state, North Carolina is one of the top golf destinations in the country. Not only does the Tar Heel State offer great golf and matching weather, RV … [Read More...]
RV tours–planned group caravan trips to specific locations–can be a great way to explore a destination without having to worry about the logistics of trip planning. But are they worth the … [Read More...]
One of the most comprehensive tools for trip planning, RV Trip Wizard just announced that users can now see more campgrounds and park information thanks to a new partnership with RV Park … [Read More...]
Awhile back I shared a post on Wilson Canyon Rest Area in Nevada. The reason my wife and I chose this location was we needed a base camp to explore the nearby ghost town of Pine Grove.
Gold was … [Read More...]
Camping and golfing in Washington's state capital of Olympia is convenient with Riverbend Campground and the nearby Eagles Pride Golf Course.
Set on the picturesque Nisqually River a few … [Read More...]
Attention RVing runners! If you're looking for a good reason to get out and visit the beauty of the National Parks, consider putting the National Park Race Series on your bucket list.
That’s … [Read More...]